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Walk or Paddle Across Sonoma County

LandPaths warmly invites you to join us this fall for an unparalleled outdoor adventure with TrekSonoma - three days spent walking or paddling across our local landscape with friends new and old, entirely apart from the automobile. TrekSonoma offers a chance to experience the landscape as a connected whole - to see it as habitat for wildlife, plants and humans alike.  It's a rare chance to grapple firsthand with a patchwork of barriers and access points that both humans and wildlife face when traversing the land and waterways of our county. In an attempt to expand the concept of connectivity, TrekSonoma is dedicated to weaving private landowners, local businesses, and agriculture into the trekking experience.

Trekking allows us to sink into a different rhythm with the land and each other. We'll enjoy communal meals, music and evenings around a campfire, pitching tents at scenic campsites along the way. Gear will be shuttled, allowing participants to spend the day with only a daypack, as we focus on local food and vistas, celebrating the great natural resources and agricultural landscapes of Sonoma County. Click the links below for more information and to register.

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April 10-11-12, 2018:  Spring Break Teen Trek
Sonoma County teens! Join us on a journey through the wilds of west Sonoma County on a three day walk to the ocean with LandPaths' Trek Sonoma. This multi-day adventure will take us from our Bohemia Ecological Preserve near Occidental, through the redwood forests of Willow Creek, and over Red Hill to the ocean.


May 18-19-20, 2018:  Bohemia to the Sea
This has become the signature TrekSonoma 3-day experience to date - across the stunning mountains of West Sonoma County. Starting at LandPaths’ Bohemia Preserve off Bohemian Highway on Friday, we walk nearly 20 miles over the course of three days, finishing at Shell Beach on the Sonoma Coast just south of Goat Rock State Park.  First night, Bohemia Ecological Preserve with tenting at “Hut Hill,” with its big views and nearly zero (!) light sources to be seen from distant ridges after sundown.  Second night, a secluded privately owned ranch on the edge of Willow Creek State Park.


May 26-27, 2018: Memorial Weekend Family Trek
Families of all ages are invited to join LandPaths on a 2-day Trek beginning and ending at Shell Beach, near Jenner. From the coast we will walk five miles inland to a secluded privately owned ranch on the edge of Willow Creek State Park for an overnight of camping, storytelling, good food and a starry night around a fire. Families will be able to wander, play, and relax along the beautiful salmon-bearing Willow Creek. After a leisurely Sunday morning families will hike back to the coast over our beautiful coastal hills and through spring flowers. 


October 6-7-8, 2018: Russian River Deep Paddle 
Join us on a three day paddle down the lower stretches of the Russian River. At this time of year the river meanders slowly through willows and redwoods passing cormorants, river otters, harbor seals, and osprey. TrekSonoma can think of no better way to foster a love for Sonoma County than getting to know our river intimately. We will begin our paddle in Forestville and end three days later in Jenner. Each night gather to eat deliciously prepared food, tell stories around a fire and sleep under the stars.   
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